My Star Trek and X-Males characters can be anti-Brexit

Brunilde Fioravanti
Aprile 17, 2018

Sir Patrick instructed Sky Information there's "little doubt" each Star Trek's Jean-Luc Picard and X-Males's Professor Charles Xavier would have backed staying within the European Union.

Another one of those attending was Green Party MP and co-leader Caroline Lucas.

He said: "It is not Charles Xavier standing here in front of you - although I can assure you that if he was, he would have voted Remain".

"That we shouldn't worry about the cost and complexity of it or the litany of broken promises".

Sir Patrick told the crowd that the day Britain joined the European Union on January 1, 1973, was one of the best days of his life.

The actor says his two iconic characters would be anti-Brexit, but Boris Johnson says we can live long and prosper outside the EU. Opening the event, Mr Stewart told the audience he supported the People's Vote because "our country's future is at stake and we will not stand idly by".

Commenting on the cross-party nature of the grassroots movement, Chuka Umana, MP for Lambeth which had the highest Remain vote in the country, said: "We need more Conservative members of parliament to be as courageous as Anna and many others who defied the whip and put their country before their party".

Conservative MP Anna Soubry said: "Us MPs made a decision that we would have a referendum".

"Also, this whole Punch and Judy, ultra-tribal kind of politics is over and Westminster hasn't caught up yet".

A poll commissioned by the campaign group from pollsters Opinium found 52 per cent of voters either some what or strongly support "the public having a vote on the final deal", compared to 31 per cent who either some what or strongly oppose a second referendum.

Pro remain voters during the People's Vote campaign launch on Brexit at the Electric Ballroom in Camden Town.

The event also heard from the Liberal Democrat's Layla Moran, and the Green Party's Caroline Lucas who declared, "Brexit is not inevitable people!"

It attracts collectively 9 grassroots marketing campaign teams in a joint effort for a vote.

"The idea we are going to have a second referendum to overturn Brexit is worthy of science fiction".

And they faced jibes from Brexit supporters after recruiting Star Trek actor Sir Patrick Stewart to be a leading spokesman for the group.

"They are elitists who think they know best and don't want to respect the will of the British people".

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